CS ResidenceTransitional Living Room, Sydney

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Thomas Dalhoff

Transitional open concept living room in Sydney with grey walls, light hardwood floors, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace surround. —  Houzz
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    Karen Aston Design
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    Hello, thank you for your question. This colour is by Dulux called Jimbaran Bay, code P32A7. Regards, Karen.

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Tip: Keep a keen eye out at your local charity store or secondhand market – you might just pick up a mid-century gem that can be given a completely new look with some sanding and a fresh coat of paint.Tell usIf you enjoyed this story, like it, bookmark it, save the photos and share your thoughts below. Join the conversation.MoreBrowse ideas used in other compact spaces

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Janet Dunn added this to Does Your Home Need a Colour Consultant?27 February 2016

Why is colour so important to us?“Everything in our homes has a colour,” says Briggs. “Colour is a subconscious language, an integral part of design, although its impact is underestimated – nothing transforms a space like colour. It brings value to our physical and mental wellbeing, as well as aesthetically. We see with our brains as well as our eyes, and colour lifts our mood, energises or relaxes us and it expresses personality.”Mood-boosting colours for your home

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Anne Ellard Design added this to Decorating With Tertiary Colours17 February 2016

Pair it with: To create a tranquil and relaxed living space, combine teal with natural timbers, tan leathers and dove grey textiles.Living room colour couples

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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James Stemanak added this to SYH: 533210 March 2021

Love this couch style for sitting area. SY: yes! lovely

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Anna de Feo added this to My ideas15 January 2021

Use of Teal as a feature colour with soft greys

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